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The past five decades have been characterised by passage of the environmental impact assessment (EIA) legislation dealing with the environment, including legislation on the control of land, air and water pollution, solid and hazardous waste management, resource conservation and recovery, and soil and ground water and surface water remediation. The aim of this research is to investigate and discuss coronavirus and byssinosis disease impact assessment. Sustainable development is the artistic idea that science and humanities must live and meet their needs without compromising the efficacy and efficiency of future generations to meet their own needs. Prediction and assessment of environmental impacts (effects) on the design and arts environment for industry 3.0 cotton roller ginning process is provided. Sustainable design and arts are discussed in this research work. EIA of conventional design and arts is also investigated. Sustainable design and arts environment for cotton ginning process is presented. The case study and check of strengthening of agricultural extension through sustainable entrepreneurship is discussed in this article.
Keywords: Agriculture, arts, cotton, design, environment, entrepreneurship, ginning, sustainability.
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